Town of Middleburg, VA



​There are several colleges within the greater Middleburg area.  They include:

-Northern Virginia Community College (NOVA) Loudoun Campus (Sterling, VA)

-George Washington University (Ashburn, VA)

-Strayer College Loudoun Campus (Ashburn, VA)

-Shenandoah University Northern Virginia Campus (Leesburg, VA)


The Loudoun County Public School System serves more than 82,400 students in 92 facilities.  They currently operate 15 high schools, 17 middle schools, 58 elementary schools and 2 special purpose schools.  LCPS is the third largest school division in Virginia.  They boast an average SAT score of 1184 (598 Reading and 586 Math) and a composite ACT score of 25.1 (25.2 English, 24.3 Math, 25.7 Reading and 24.7 Science). The LCPS Class of 2018 had an on-time graduation rate of 95.5 percent and earned more than $58.5 million in scholarships. The Virginia Department of Education reports that 100 percent of LCPS schools are fully accredited. LCPS has a $1.1 billion operating budget and prides itself on competitive starting teacher salaries.  

The Middleburg Community Charter School serves grades K-5.  It utilizes a Leonardo da Vinci-inspired curriculum, inspiring students to become confident, caring problem solvers aware of their connection to their family, community, country and the world. A dedicated staff and small school environment provides children with the attention and resources to become curious and confident learners utilizing essential 21st century skills. The communication, collaboration, and critical thinking skills they learn equip them to become productive global citizens.  

Middleburg Community Charter School

The Hill School - Grades K through 8 - The goal of a Hill School education is to build character, self-confidence, and scholarship through academic and co-curricular excellence, individualized attention, and a strong sense of community.

Middleburg Academy (formerly Notre Dame Academy) - A coed day school for grades 9 through 12 - Middleburg Academy inspires students to excellence in academics, the arts, and athletics.  It is a dynamic community of students, faculty, staff, parents, and alumni dedicated to lifelong learning, service to others, personal growth, and the success of each student. Middleburg Academy strives to develop young men and women of moral integrity who who are responsible leaders and citizens in a diverse and ever-­changing world.  

Foxcroft School - A girls' school for grades 9 through 12 - Foxcroft School's mission is to help every girl explore her unique voice and to develop the skills, confidence, and courage to share it with the world.


The Hill School Main Building